The New York Red Bulls overcame acts of God on Saturday night. The waterlogged pitch of Soldier Field, an hour long weather delay, and contentious referee decisions weren’t enough to halt the team’s come from behind win against the Chicago Fire, 2-1. Patryk Klimala scored both goals in the final 15 minutes to also break his seven game dry streak.
The win is New York’s fifth straight road win to open the 2022 league season. With it, the team ties the 1998 LA Galaxy as the only clubs in Major League Soccer history to win each of its first five road games of a season.